Monthly virtual workshop opportunities for faculty focus on teaching writing

Monthly virtual workshop opportunities for faculty focus on teaching writing

Would you like your students to write better? Are you wondering how to support your students better during the written components of their assignments?

Director of Writing Across the Curriculum Sigrid Streit and Director of the Writing Center Lauren Rinke are inviting you to virtual workshops focusing on teaching writing and incorporating writing assignments across all disciplines.

The next workshop, “Discussing APA, Chicago, IEEE, and other styles with your students,” is set for Thursday, March 23 from 12:45-2 p.m. The meeting will be held virtually and after registering, participants will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Discussing APA, Chicago, IEEE and other styles with your students

Thursday, March 23 (12:45-2 p.m.) — virtual via Zoom

Presenters: Sigrid Streit, Lauren Rinke

Instructors often observe that students struggle to properly incorporate and document their sources. This workshop will explore different strategies to introduce students to field-specific styles and will provide resources to do so effectively.

Integrating IT1.1 Into Your Course: Developing a Purposeful Writing Process

Friday, April 14 (12-1 p.m.) — virtual via Zoom

Presenter: Sigrid Streit

This workshop explores how to successfully integrate IT1.1 into your course. IT1.1: Develop a purposeful writing process appropriate to the argumentative and analytic nature of academic work that includes generating ideas, focusing, drafting and revising—revision being a process that involves reflection, editing, feedback and publishing for a particular audience.

If you have any questions about these workshops, please contact Sigrid Streit at